I received a complimentary Wonderful Halos gift basket in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? If you’re like most people, you did really fabulous during that first week of January. Maybe you even made it through the second week. Now that we’re a couple of days away from the start of the third week, though, your resolve may be starting to dissolve! Success rates of keeping resolutions start to decline dramatically after three weeks. While I can’t give you the answer to succeeding in keeping your resolution, I can give you a tasty idea to maintaining at least a small portion of one of them! Wonderful Halo Mandarins! They make eating healthier wonderfully easy!
Wonderful Halo Mandarins are Wonderfully Delicious
I love most citrus fruits (except grapefruit, I just can’t get on board with that one). The scent of citrus, especially mandarins, makes me instantly happier. Wonderful Halo Mandarins are awesome because they not only taste delicious, they’re incredibly easy to peel. That makes them perfect for on-the-go snacking. A few suggestions for ways to enjoy your Wonderful Halo Mandarins include:
- packing them in lunch boxes or sending them as a school snack
- tossing one in your purse to get you through the mid-morning or afternoon slump at work
- swapping out your sugary TV-time snack for a few Wonderful Halo mandarins (my mom’s favorite idea)
- Use them to make frozen yogurt bites! Check out the recipe at A Million Moments.
Wonderful Halo Mandarins are seedless, so the only mess is the peel. I like to simmer that peel in a pot of water on the stove, it makes the house smell delicious! Each mandarin contains just 50 calories yet packs in 45% of your daily vitamin C needs. Perfect for cold season, don’t you think? The mandarins are grown in California from November through April. They’re all-natural, non-GMO and brought to you by the same people who make Wonderful Pistachios.
Wonderful Halos = Wonderful Social Goodness
When you buy Wonderful Halos Mandarins, you’re not just getting a delicious, wholesome snack. You’re also helping to promote social good. Wonderful Halos is dedicated to sharing the “Pure Goodness™” message. Every week, they donate fresh fruit to food banks that feed hungry people in California’s Central Valley. They’ve also partnered with one of my favorite organizations, Feeding America, to help provide more than 1.3 million meals to children in need.
They don’t stop there though! Wonderful Halos also gives more than $2 million each year to educational programs in California’s Central Valley, including scholarships, school grants, arts programs and more. They truly are Wonderful!
They also have a witty sense of humor, as evidenced by this creepy yet funny commercial! I love it!!
Head over to Wonderful Halos to explore their site and learn more. They even have a FREE Halos game for smartphones and tablets! Follow on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with news.
Wonderful Halos Giveaway
Enter below for a chance to win a Wonderful Halos gift basket filled with awesome goodies! It includes, among other things, amazingly delicious lip balm, a cool Halos hat, a flashlight keychain that projects neat Halo designs, a lunch bag, and delicious Halos mandarins (in the form of coupons, so you can pick them up nice and fresh). Giveaway is open to US residents. It ends on Feb 2.
I eat Halos with lunch or for a snack.
We love Halos – my grandson is almost 2 and eats 1-2 each day.
I would eat them as a snack in between meals when I got hungry.
never I need a quick pick me up. they are delicious and just the right size
as a pick me up for a sweet treat
with meals or for snacks
I eat them with meals or as a snack.
They would probably be for breakfast and snack time for the kids.
I eat them with meals or as a snack
i would eat them at my desk when I need a juicy, fruity pick-me-up.
Oh we love to have them with our lunches! And…as snacks! They always taste so good and I LOVE how easy they are to peel!
I will eat them at the office and between errands, probably… they’re so easy to stash in my bag and eat on the fly. 🙂
We eat Halos for a quick breakfast or snack!
I would eat them as a snack in between meals.
I’d eat them as a snack any time of the day,
I like to pack them in my kids’ lunches.
I love Halos for in the car! Something quick for on the go. And it doesn’t hurt that my car smells like a tropical vacation afterwards!
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I would take the Halos in my lunch bag and probably have them for an afternoon snack.